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from America's Premier Acting and Modeling Career Coach

How Casting Directors work with Agents and Actors to do Auditions

Normally, people will say, “It’s an audition, I’ll be happy when I book the job,” but let me tell you, you should be incredibly excited when you get the audition and here the reason why. There is an agent that I work with in North Carolina and I had an audition for a feature in […]

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Model Release Form

Don’t Sign a Model Release Before Reading

Model Release Form At the end of every modeling job, you should be given a contract to sign. It is called a Model Release Form. This is a legal document that helps protect the photographer and advertising agency. There is a lot of basic information in this contract. One part of the release form, has […]

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Your Agent is not the Enemy

Your Agent is not the Enemy

Your Agent is not the Enemy
Your Agent is not the Enemy

A few months ago my New York agent contacted me to let me know that I had a commercial modeling job. The photographer requested me after seeing my photos, so I did not have to attend a casting. I have found that there are fewer and fewer bookings that take place without having to attend a go-see. At least that has been my experience in New York. And, quite often the go-sees are cattle calls, meaning that there are many people attending. In other markets it is easier to get hired for a modeling job directly from your photos, but in the major markets, they really want to see you in person.
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